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01! It KOIIIIKKS.
Hint Pemoline! of Co.
Ket-ord lo lie I'roud of.
n Wciliicmluy u( tliU week Co, F,
t resilient 0, N, 0. completed nix
it um a nillitary ori;uiilr.nti(in, tlio
upaiiy, liiiving lieeit orKiilr.eI mul
rn in on Juno ill!, IHfM. Lieutenant
WuIIh, of Co. K, I'urtlnnil, iiilniiimteroil
III una" forty-Novon miHwuroil the
o roll-call km limy khhoui tUii in me
unty court room in tlio court lioune
here tliey were mimlcred into tlio Rtnto't
Tlio newly formed company limnedl-
itely perfmHm ltd orifiinliittlon by dec-
tiK Juh 1'. Hliw, captain, K.H. War run,
Mt lliuitonant, and T. V. Haniiall 2d
uutoiiunt. The fullowinii wore appointed
the non-coin mlNMlumtd ofllcora:
J. W. (imiiiiiii. liit miruunt,
W. T. Whltlock, qimrterinaHtor aerxt.i
J. W. O't'onnoll, 2d aiiruoant.
F. 8. Kelly, ltd ier(ant.
V- K. M. Itauda, 4th sergeant.
8. H. (iroen, Btli aurKcant.
M. F. Mit'own. lot vorMral.
C. K. Murray, I'd oorioral.
II. E. Ktevei), 3d corporal.
I). K. Hhnpard, 4th eurocrat.
Ham HurroUon lat hinco curooral.
John A. Moore, 2d lance corixiral.
Chaa. Atlmy, lid lance corporal.
A. 11. Hchram 4tlt lance corporal.
The private were aa follow:
W. T. Davldaon.
John V, Stewurt,
T. J. Painter,
W. II. II. Huinaon,
A. V. (iraliam,
F. Huroli ,
W. II. Hlackpolo,
5. C. FWdda,
John Treuilmtli jr., Chaa. I'ulomon,
Henry rSalialmry, Krncut Kami,
J, E. IUm ades,
J. K. Muma,
M. II. KlanniiKn,
II. II, JohiiHon,
J. W. NoUd,
J. W. Dmper,
F. C. Miller,
W. II. Howell
A. II. (iralium.
1'iirlim that auuiiiicr and (all the cum
pany whI I'dpo'eliaU (or a drill hall and
audi latiHlactory proiirem waa made in
the nianuel o( arma that the boy a were
auon ahle to preaeiil ipiUe a aildierly
apjiearancu when on parade. I'upe's
hull heitif too small (or their purpose
the cuinpatiy In October of that year
made a contract with Tlieo. Clarke for
the t-roclion of an armory iuildiiiK, A
liilildlnit waa liiimediately erected 40x100
feet on Main atrcut near Third by Mr.
Clark and leaned to the company. The
armory having heroine too Niuall, the
company in J una 1H!KI Imd an addition
of III) feet made to the lenittli of the build
inn. A rominodioiia company loom,
dreaaiiiit room and "lore room were par
titioned off, leaving a fine drill floor of
40x100 feet. Around the company room,
lockera were placed for the use of the
men In which to keep their uniforma, etc.
A liaudaome cnrut waa placed on the
floor and laWe and cuy chair provided.
A fine piano waa inalnlled and the tables
furniahed, with papcra and mairar.inea,
making I lie room a plcaaant reaort where
tho men could apend their leaaure time.
A Kynuniiiin haa lieen fitted up that
la quite complete in lis appointments.
It haa proved of ureal value in hi miniat
ing leititimnlo athletics uniony the young
men of Oregon City as well na a place of
amusement for the hoys of the company.
Outaide of Portland there are few com
paulea In the Btuto that have a better, if
so khh1 a drill hull and armory aa Co, F,
The exieiiHe of fitting it up and main
taining it haa been largely in excess of
what la allowed the company by Uie
late and county and the liberal inunmr
In which the boys have contributed to
ward maintaining their armory ia a credit
to their enterprise and patriotism.
Co. F now numbers fifty-eight men,
the company roeter being as follows:
F. 8. Kelly, captain.
I. . L. Pickens, 1st lieutenunt.
Wi A. Huntley, 2d lieutenant.
A. Matheaon, 1st sergeant.
W. T. Wlililock, qu trturinuHtur sergt.,
Fred A Motuner, 2d eorgeant.
K. A. Smith, 3d sergeant.
15 W Scott, 4th eergennt.
C. K, IPckman, 5th eergeant.
(ieo. 1). Fancber, 1st corporal.
II. K. Jones, 2dcorioral.
Geo. L. Cannon, 3d corporal
George Pierter, 4th corporal .
Clitrence A. Pnrdoio, Jacob Polanx,
C. G. Huntley, II.L. Kelly, Jr.
John C.Keller, W. E. Lowlhwaite.
8. Lankins, C. U. Murphy,
Layfayette Murra, W. G.Muir,
Geo. M. Mcllride Halph I). Miller,
E. C. Neuman, Jus. V, O'Connoll.
J. M. RiiHsell, W. E. Ilottke,
Teter Kalier, Isaac Turney,
Jacob Aistin. Thos. E. Carrico,
Ed. 8. Califf, David Funcher,
Fred II. Fuller, Harmon Green,
William Gadke, E. H. Hickman;
Arthur U. Warner, Wm.II Wiirgins,
Geo. 8. Wood, W. A. White,
(.mag. L.Gray, J.W.Sulli van,
Max Kessalrmg, II. E. McCausland,
0. E McCiuialand, August Zimmerman,
J. W. Moflatt, C. U. Wilson,
Max Telford, Frank MeCauBland,
J, U. Campbell, K. A. Leighton,
J. II. Black, Clms. Hutb.
C. G. Norbeit.
The company' honorary members
embrace several of Oregon City'i best
known citirens. Tho following is the
11 E. Rmith, Judge J. W. Moldrum,
P. F. Morev, Vr. W. E. Carll,
J. P, Lovett, Capt. A. B. Graham.
Capt. J. Ganong.
As yet aeternn corps has not been
organized within the company, but It la
tho Intention to do 10 at an early date,
there being a number ot in urn hers en
titled to such honor.
Of the changes that have taken pluce in
tho personnel of the company the Kntkh
I'Iiisk can only glvo that of the commis
sioned olllcur owing to the limited space.
Tho first change in tho commissioned
olllcers took place In December, 1HIK),
when Capt. Jus. P. Hhaw tendered his
resignation. It was accepted ami in the
following April First Lieutenunt E. H.
W'urren was elected captain and J. W.
Ganong made 1st lieutenant and T. P.
KanUall 2d lieutenant. The next resig
nation was that of Capt. E. 8. Warren
and in March 1HH2 First Lieutenant
Ganong was promoted to the command
of the company and T. P. Handull waa
mails lit lieutenant and F. 8. Kelly
2d lieutenant. Lieutenant Itandall re
signed his commission in May 1H02 and
by promotion F. 8. Kelly was raised
from 2d to 1st lieutenant and L. L.
Pickens made 2d lieutenant. Capt.
J. W. Ganong gave up command of the
company In April IK' to and Lieutenant
Kelly waa given command of the com
pany and L. L. Pickens rnude 1st lieu
tenant and W, A. Huntley 2d lieutenant.
Of Co. F's ex-commanding olllcers
Cspta, Shaw ami Gunong now reside In
Portland and Capt. Warren resides in
Of the two encampments that have
been held by the 1st regiment since Co.
F waa organized, both have been parti
cipated in by the company. At Camp
Gibbon, 8t. Helens, held in July, 1801
the company was in camp six day and
at Cam p Compson, Gladstone, in Auguat
IH'X), ten days were sient in camp. In
each of the encampment Co. F took
part in all the regimental drill and
maneuver and always acquitted itself
with credit and proved itself to be the
peer of the Portland companies in the
number o( men hi line an J In the eflici
ency and spirit with which it di
charged all duties assigned to lt.
Co. F has always without the least
reluctance or hesitancy participated in
all public parades and galhi'iiiiic held in
Oregon City when so requested and
always with full ranks. Of the spirit
that pervades the memliers of the com
pany it may be mentioned that in the
late parade held In tliia city in honor of
the itate encampment of the G. A. lt.
Co. F had forty six men in line out of
forty-seven who were In Oregon City the
week of the encampment. Tho forty
seventh man would have been in the
rank had he Wen free to do so, but
holding an important position in one of
the paper mills was unable to get olTon
that day. Tho other men who were not
in the ranks were all out of the lit y or
they loo would have been in their places
in the company,
The company has applications in for
membership to mora than fill it up to the
limit (sixty) now allowed by law. Should
the stn' tioard raio the limit to one
liutxlrt.. as provided by law Co. F would
cxNrience no ditliculty in securing re
cruits to bring it up to this new limit.
To tie a member of Co. F has always
la-en an honor much sought after by the
young men of Oregon l ily lor in the
selection of recruits the greatest cure has
been exercised and no one admitted who
would in any manner bring reproach
the upon company or lower its standard of
Co. F ia no body of "tin Hnldiera" as
some derisively call tho members of the
militia, but on the contrary are loyal,
patriotic young men who would fall in aa
readily to march to the defense of their
country aa they do for a parade. Its
mom berg are all orderly, wilier, industri
ous young men, with nothing of the
rowdy or rullian In their makeup and
anarchism and dieoiiedienoe to the laws
of the country finds little encouragement
among I hum.
Co. F ia an arganixalion that Oregon
Cily may well ho woud of and ita main
tainance is a duty that all loyal citizens
owe to their country, for the time may
come sooner than wedreeni of when the
command to "shoulder aims," will mean
more than that of going on a pleasure
On Monday evening of next week will
occur the annual inspection of Co. F,
The inspection will be conducted by
Gen. Ileebe, commander of the Oregon
National Guard. Ho will have with
him hi full staffand will he accompanied
by Col. Jackson of the regular army, with
his staff. Capt. Kelly expects lo have
the full strength of his company out on
that evening and to l.niko ita military
event worthy of the distinguished olllcers
that will be present. Th armory will
beopcntoviHiiorsouth.it evening and
the boys of Co. F will be pleased to
welcome their friends, both ladioi and
ItiMi't T"l I ecu pit
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the harmless, guaranteed tobacco hahit
cure lhat braces up nicotini.ed nerves,
eliminates the nicotine poison, makes
weak men gain strength, vigor and man
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risk, as No-To-Ba3 ia sold by drungists
everywhere undor a guarantee to cure
or money refunded. Book free, address
Sterling Remedy Co., New York or
"Imlependance Day Special."
Round trip ticketa sold to all points on
the Southern Pacific Co's lineB July 8d
and 4th, good until July Oth, at simile
fare for the round trip.
Chautauqua and the (J range.
At the annual convention of the State
Grange at Oregon City, May 27th, 28th
and 2IH h, Col. Miller in his manner
gave an outline the Chautauqua course
of study, and general aim and purpose,
and invited the grange toco operate with
u In the future, and hereafter a day will
be set apart to be known as Grange
Day at all future assemblies. In re
sjionse, the State Grange passed the fol
Wiikmkas, The Chautauqua assembly
1 an organization originated and con
ducted for the puroe of educating the
Wiikkbas, The Patron ot Husbandry
in their.doclaratlon of purpose declare
for higher education. Therefore be it
Resolved. Tl at this State Grange i in
favor of joining hands with the Chautau
qua organization, and request the Wil
lamette Valley association to set apart at
their annual gathering a day to be called
Grange Day. And be it further
Resolved, That the subordinate
granges be requested to form circles and
take advantage of this mode ol educa
tion. Resolved, That the Master appoint a
standing committee, known as the Chau
tauqua committee, to take charge of this
part of the work.
Tho Master appointed as such com
mittee F. A. Miller, of Rollwood; Mrs.
.ell 8. Fletcher, of Salem j Mr. Rosa
J. Wilson, of Corvallis; Mrs. E. M.
Howard, of Mulino, and Mrs, Emma D,
Spores, of Mohawk.
At the regular meeting of the Eaetern
Star held Tuesday night, degree work
was presented, and a most enjoyable
social time was had. Mrs. F. A. Holm,
of Corvallis, associate grand matron, and
Mrs. Miller, of Portland, past grand
organist, visited the chapter.
Mond.iy night Ucv. Dr. Block of Port
land delivered a very interesting and
scholarly address lo the members of
Multnomah lodge No. 1, A. F. and A. M.
Those who heard the address speak of it
in the hlglu-Ht terms of praise.
The Rebecca Degree lodge will elect
oflicors for the ensuing six months at
their meeting Friday night.
To Spread the F.agle.
Oregon City talent is well represented
at the various celebrations to be held in
the county on the Fourth. Mr. W. V.
Austin and Hon. George 0. Rinearson
SH-ak at Wright's Springs; A. 8. Dresser
will address the people at Viola and
Prof. H. S. Strange will deliver the
oration at I-ogan. At leep Creek Bnpt.
II. 8. Gibson will eak and at at Porter's
Cave in the forenoon and at Eagle Creek
Falls in the afternoon State Senator Geo,
C. Brownell w ill deliver adreases. Each
are tulanted speakers and will both
please and Interest their bearers.
A quiet, but eventful wedding cere
mony took place in Canemah Wednes
day afternoon at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Bingham. Tlie contracting parties were
Charles E. Midlam ami Miss Sylva
Stevens, both deseivedly popular young
people. Rev. A. J. Montgomery per
formed the ceremony in the presence of
a few hivited friends and relatives. Mr.
and Mrs. Mnllaiu now occupy their own
cottar at Canemah, w hich was recently
F. M. Manning, of Clarkea, was in
Oregon City Thursday. Mr. Manning
in addition to carrying on his farm,
operates a tanning and glove factory.
Ilia gloves are ail made from bckskin
and are tanned by a process that gives
them great strength and wearing quali
ties. Ho finds ready sale for all ho can
make as those wtio use them find them
much superior to the Eastern made
glove. Mr. Mawuing is a notary public
and attends toalllusinessinthatline for
William Seandlin, a prominent and
well-to-do farmer of Beaver Creek, was
married in PortJand Tuesday to Mrs.
Londegan. Wednesday evening a re
ception was tendered the hiippy couple
at the residence of George Trailer at
Bearvcr Creek, which was a graud affair.
The congratulations of many friends are
extended to Mr. and Mrs. Scanilin.
Mrs. E E. Williams received the Bad
intelligence Wednesday of the death on
that day, of her mother, Mrs. W. T.
Riglan at her home in Dennison, Texas.
O .vinir to the long distance and impos
sibility of reaching Dennison in time for
thd funeral, Mrs. Williams is unable to
attend and will not make a trip to her
old home for the present.
After many changes the Oregou City
laundry has at last got into the hands
of a firsl-class laundryman. one who ia
honest and understands bis business.
Geo P. Bradfo'd is now in sole charge
and he proposes by good work, reason
able prices and promptness, to merit and
to secure the laundry work ol Oregon
G. W.Kidder presented this office with
a box of Jucunda strawberries grown on
his place at Mt. Pleasant that were fine
specimens of that excellent variety.
When it conies to strawberries Oregon
leads in size and flavor.
J. W. Mills, one of the lucky teachers
in the Portland Bchools who was re
elected aa a teacher, is attendsng the
Baptist convention, and kindly furnished
the list of delegates in attendance to the
Deliver the OrationB at
BarloGU, - Oregon
JULY 4th, 1895.
Handsomely decorated and
convenience for making a
and to have a
Grand Ball and Fireworks in the Evening.
This will be the greatest celebration in Clackamas -county
Deputy Sheriff N. M. Moody has been
very busy for several days copying oH
delinquent tsx rolls, and expects to have
it completed by the end of the week.
Quite a number of taxpayers have paid
in their taxes since the first of the month,
taking advantage of the last days of
Capt. Newton Graham has moved his
family back to Oregon City from Inde
lendance. A change in the run of
the Altona made Oregon City more con
venient to Capt. Graham to be with his
A Determined Woman,
recently knocked down a burgler and
held him until the arrival of assistance.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is a medicine that checks the frightful
inroads of Scrofula, and, if taken in time,
arrests the march of Pulmonary Con
sumption. . It cures indigestion and
desiepsia, chronic diarrhea and similiar
ailments. This wonderful medicine has
also gained great celebrity ia curiag
fever and ague, chills and fever, dumb
aguo, and like diseases.
Asthma curea oy newly discovered
trentment. Address, for free pamphlet,
testimonials and references, YVorM's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
A Household Treasure
D. W, Fuller, of Canajoharie, N, "Y.,
says that be aTways keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house and his
family fias always found the very best
results follow Its use; that lie would
not lie with out it, if procurable. G. A.
Dykeruan, Druggist, Catskill, N. Y.,
says that Dr. ting's New Discovery is
undoubtedly the best cough remedy;
that he lias ased it in his family for
eight years, and it has never failed to
do what is claimed of it. Why not try
a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles tree at Chnrman 4 Co.'s drug
store, Charmiwi Bros, block, ltegular
size 50c ami U,M.
Wlien occasion demands its use, try
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is
coaling to burns, Btops pain instantly,
cleanses, a perfect healer for scalds or
skin eruptions. Always cures piles. C.
G. Huntlev, Druggist.
A dollar saved is equal to two dollars
earned. Pay up your subsciption to the
ENTKP.raiHK and get the the benefit of
the reduction in price.
Mii.wackkk, June 20. A small blaze,
caused by a defective fine, damaged the
roof of Theo Hagenberger's residence to the
extent of $10 or $15. The tire was speedily
extinguished by the aid of bose and force
Much to the satisfaction of all concerned,
the present teachers, Prof. T. J. Gary and
Miss Ida Starkweather, were re-engaged to
teach the next term of the Milwaukee school.
The graduating exercises of the Milwau
kee publio schools will beheld In the town
ball, beginning at 8 o'clock. The exercises
will consist of original compositions by the
members ot the class, music by local talent,
an address by Dr. J. W. Cowan of Oregou
City, and presentation of diplomas by J. 0.
Bonnet, chairman of board of directors.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
attractive grounds. Every
great crowd comfortable
An agreeable Laxative srxj Nmrvi Toina.
Bold by Dni(nriFts or sent by maiL 0WM.
and $1.00 per package. Samples tree.
Tm TTf The Favorite TCITS KXXTt
For sale bv G A. Hardi it, ilri.ggist.
CI CIlrtET 19 THE BEST.
Wl WlTWlinTFOI A KINS.
43 5P Fine Cai&Kangarc9.
3.50 P0UCE.3 SOLES.
SEND FOR CATAI flGlIF
"r ' ' - ' TM rj n r- ir"p-i tJ Mace
Over One Mtllioo People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the beet value for the money.
They equal cu(tom shoe in (tyle and fit,
Thsfr wearing qualities are unsurnaMci,
The price are unllorm, etnmprd en sot.
Prom $ to $3 aaved over other make.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
dealers everywhere. Wanted, nuente to
take excluelve ante for this vicin
ity. Write at once.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
Will leave Portland, foot of
Washington Street, for Astoria,
Sunday morning at 7 o'clock; Mon
day, Wednesday, and Friday even
ings at 7:30 o'clock.
RETURNING, leaves Aetoria Mon
day morning at 6 o'clock; Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday evenings
at 6 o'clock
Steamer 6. W. Shaver,
Will leave Portland, foot of
Washington Street, for Clatskanie
and way landings, Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 6
o'clock, and return to Portland
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
This the most direct and accessable
route to the Nehalem Vally only
nine miles from Clatskanie.
Shaver Transportation Co.
JOHN A. BECK,
No. 270, Morrison Street,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a per. For first-class, re
liable goods hie store is second to
none. Try him I
mtaO.FOW A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE, j
One to five acre tracts,
Cleared, uncleared and some
set t'i fruit. Tbit property ad
joins the Chautauqua grounds
at Gladstone park. It is only
12 minutes walk from the mo
tor line, and very desirable.
4,'j in eiltivation,l slashed,
llotiae with 4 rooms. 85 fruit
trees now bearing an abund
ance of berriea, watered by
creek. Good roads to Port-'
land and Oregon City. $800.
7 Fenced and cleared. Good
spring water. 3 mil from
Oretron City. Price, 750.
100 fenced 15 in cultivation,
balance orwn brush land. 2
houxes and 2 barns. r miles
from town price, fl6 per
Of improved residence prop
erty, inside. Over 200 lots,
inside ami suburban. Price
from $75 to -fW. When yon
can bnv a lot within a few
blocks of your wo' k it is cer
tainly wiae to buy one and qnit
Five Room House
to rent; on a level with Mailt
street, and near business part
of the ctreet.
Ten acres on West Side,
1?4 mile" from enepenflion
bridge. mile from where
land i- wiling at $o00 to $10ft
per a re Tliia will be sold at
Ten acres on West Side,
2)e' miles from suspension-
biid 3 acres cleared, small
hou-, fine cprinu water,
HpUmlid place for ooHrv,
Price only $450. Terms easy.
This is a Mtap.
T&ree Yv:x of Business Prscertj,
On .Main street, Oregon City,
impr-ived and paying, monthly
Part light brush, balance good '
timber Water by creek.
Farm for fruit, vegetable or
Poultiy Farm. 1 miles from .
town Good Mad. Price only
$6o0, part rxeh, balance on
long time at ti per cent.
Apply to '
C. O. T. WILLIAMS
A c ?nrr . . j
m ouvereignnemeay wtgn$
Colds, LaGrippe ind all Affections
oflheThroat. Chest awl Lungs.
StNB TOR FRK!H.
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
SpiaO SoQUinj Powders,
For Children Cutting their Teeth.
IN USE OVER 'FIFTY YEARS.
tellto ftotrlsh Heat, prtotnt fits. CommlsloH. tni.
prtstrv a atiy ttat of tht constitution
. . luring th period of teething.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Express Trains leave Portland Daily.
Sou.ti I i Worth.
616 r. a. Lv Portland Ar 8:20 A. a
7:ltip.n. Lt Otoeod t.'ity Lt 7:19a. a.
IO a.m. 1 Ar 8. PrHiiotgco Lt 7:00 r.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN KOUTK.
Pullman Buff t Sleepers
Second-Class Sleeping Cars
Attached tn all through trains.
ROSEBUHG MAIL (Dalln 'J
4:30 a. M. I Lt
9:81 a. M. Lt
6:50 p.m. Ar
Portland Ar 4:30r.
Oregon City Lt jSiSr.
Kiwebiirn Lv 7:00a.
West Side Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVAUJS
Mall Train, Dally (Except Suudar.l
7:S0a.m. I Lt Portland Ar 5:Kftr.
12:1ft P, M. Ar Corvallis Lt l.OUr.t
At Albany and "orvalll connect with train
of Oreiton and Pacific Railroad.
Expreat Train Daily (Except Sunday)
4:40 P.M. I
7:25 P. M. I
Portland Ar 8:2SA. a
McMinnville Lt I 6:50 a. a
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
EASTERN 8TATE8, CANADA AND EUROPE
Can be obtained at lowest rates from L. B
Moore, Agent, Oregon City.
B P. ROGERS.
An't G. F. u Pass. Af eat